The A6113 was a short link road to the south of the Cheshire town of Hyde, cutting off the corner between the A627 and A560 for traffic to and from Stockport. It gained its number in the late 1920s having previously been unclassified. Now, however, the A627 has been rerouted along the entire length of the A6113, making the number redundant.
The route started on the A627 Market Street on the southern edge of Hyde town centre. It headed south along Dowson Road and soon passed over the now-gone railway line between Stockport and Sheffield. The road continued on for a few hundred yards to end on the A560 Stockport Road.